New York City had most black-owned businesses: Census

March 1996
Jet;3/18/96, Vol. 89 Issue 18, p4
Reports on the Census Bureau's `1992 Survey of Minority-Owned Businesses, Black,' which reveals that the New York metropolitan area had the largest number of Black-owned businesses in 1992. Total income of black-owned firms in the area; Washington D.C. metropolitan area as the region with the second largest number of Black-owned businesses; Number of black-owned businesses in other cities.


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